a compound bow is shorter and uses pulleys to let the user holds the arrow back for long times. A Recurve bow is more like a typical longbow, with less power than a compound, and doesn't use the advantage of pulley's. you are constantly holding back whatever poundage the bow has, and poundage cannot be adjusted. poundage for a Recurve is around 40-60, and a compound has around 50-100 draw.
Go yo your local arms shop to buy a recurve bow. If they don't have one, ask if they can order it for you. No Luck? Try Amazon, they have a wide range of recurve bows.
Britain, and Mongolia are two big ones and my favorites on with the long bow and one with the recurve
That would depend on many factors but a 1984 York cost between four and five hundred dollars new. Twenty-five years later a good Compound bow equal to those sells for about $1400.
A recurve is a type of bow, it is the type of bow they use in the Olympics it is probably the most commonly used as well.
Yes. She uses a simple recurve bow,
Well, I would choose the recurve bow, for menouvarability.
It's called a "recurve" bow.
A recurve has curved limbs at the tips. This allows the bow to store more energy in a shorter bow. A longbow is usually straight and has no curvature at the tip ends. And of course is longer in size.